Published On: Sat, Aug 17th, 2013

Death of Michigan woman, Darlene Kozak, found dead in driveway, under investigation as ‘suspicious’

Saginaw police have identified a Michigan woman whose body was found Friday in the driveway of a home in the city’s Cathedral District.

Darlene Kozak, age 50, was found by former Saginaw police officer Charles Braddock, who said he returned from a short vacation to his home and discovered her body lying near one of his vehicles.

Kozak’s body was found wrapped in a blanket when police arrived at the scene, a press release from Willams explained.

Currently, the Saginaw Police Department and the Michigan State Police are investigating the situation, which they are classifying as a “suspicious death.”

“Our detective bureau is calling this a suspicious death at this time and will release further non-compromising information as this case develops,” Williams said, in the release.

Anyone with information is urged to call the anonymous CrimeStoppers tipline at 1-800-422-JAIL or submit a tip using the MyPD smartphone app.

Braddock is a former Saginaw police officer and a member of the National Action Network.

He was one of the people who led public charge for the criminal investigation into the death of Milton Hall last year.

Source WNEM

Photo/Minnesota Historical Society via wikimedia commons

Photo/Minnesota Historical Society via wikimedia commons

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